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A Durmi
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Reviewed August 11, 2011

A Durmi lived up to its reviews. We loved our stay in Levanto, in fact we spent more time here than the crowded Cinque Terre towns. Chiarra and Elisa were very helpful as previous reviewers have mentioned, from reserving bicycle rentals to recommending restaurants. Levato is a charming Italian town that seems to have mostly Italian vacationers. The room was very clean, the atmosphere relaxed. It is easy walking distance from the train station and you just walk about 20 meters under an arch and you are in the charming old town.

Room Tip: Reserve early, we stayed in a room in the back off the garden that was very quiet.
  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank EKMedford
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Reviewed July 21, 2011

During our trip to Italy, my wife and I spent three days in the Cinque Terre region. We chose to stay in Levanto at A Durmi, based on the description in Rick Steves “Italy.” We were very happy with the accommodations. The hotel was charming, and the room was spacious. It was a pleasure to walk out of our room’s door and into a patio-garden.

We found Chiara, one of the proprietors of the family-owned business, to be very responsive and helpful. She asked us where we were planning to go while there and offered very helpful suggestions both to the Cinque Terre and Portofino areas.

On our trip back from Santa Margherita to Levanto, I inadvertently left my wallet on the train. When we arrived in our room, I realized my loss. Chiara left her dinner party at a Levanto restaurant and came back to the hotel. Chiara called the railroad police and learned that the conductor of our train found the wallet and was holding it for me at the LaSpezia station. Chiara insisted on driving us the 50 km to the LaSpezia station. The conductor met us with the wallet, all its contents intact. The conductor would not take a reward, despite our persistence. By this time it was midnight and Chiara drove us back the 50 km to Levanto.

Chiara would not take any remuneration for her time and efforts. She gave us much more help and assistance than we could ever have hoped for. We are so much indebted to her.

A Durmi is a great place to stay.

Richard D. Smetana

  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank DickandPeggy
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Reviewed July 19, 2011

We spent two nights at this place as a base for our tour of Cinque Terre. The room and the property is extremely clean and the ladies running the place are very nice and friendly. This was the first time we used a bed and breakfast and not a hotel and were a bit taken a back by the check in procedure. We arrived at 8 pm after a long day of driving and had some issues getting into the property because the reception was closed and we had to ask around in the neighborhood as to how to get in. After about 10 minutes the owner showed up and all was solved. Also you need to have a phone to call them to coordinate the checkin if you do not arrive between 2 and 4 when they check people in.
We had a room on the first floor and all the rooms on that floor have only a door that opens to the courtyard and no window ( except a small on in the bathroom. So, if you want light and air to come into your room you have to expose your room anyone who is in the inner courtyard where other guests have snacks or drinks. A bit uncomfortable to say the least. We turned on the air conditioning to get air although I would have liked the night fresh air. It was only before we left that we realized that the doors also had some wooden shutters that could have been used to leave air in but people could have still seen inside your bedroom. The location is great, 5 minutes walk to the beach and 5 minutes to the train station. We paid 95 euro for two people, parking was an additional 5. Breakfast was not included. Not a bad choice for Cinque Terre if you do not plan on spending too much time in your room.

  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Mike-Bethesda
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Reviewed July 12, 2011

We had a great stay at A. Durmi. The place is clean and well-run. Rooms are located around a very nice patio that becomes and extension of your room Chiara and Elisa, two sisters that operate the place together with their parents, who live across the street, are wonderful people. They are pleasant and helpful. They offered great advice on things to see in Cinque Terre. Elisa sat us down when we arrived and reviewed maps, events taking place, and means of getting around without using our car. We parked in the basement garage and left our car untouched for our entire stay. Levanto is a lovely town and a much better place to stay than any of the 5 villages in Cinque Terre. We would do this again in a minute!

  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 11, 2011

My wife and I stayed at A Durmi for three nights as part of a three week motorcycle trip through central Italy, and it was one of our favorites! The spotless but simple room, the facilities, and the location were all very nice, and we really enjoyed the sun-soaked and private patio/garden. However, the real highlight was the terrific owner/staff. Gianni (dad) doesn't speak much english, but more than makes up for it with his patience and knowledge of the area. Daughters Elisa and Chiara were equally helpful and went out of their way to make sure we enjoyed our stay in Levanto, a wonderful gateway to the Cinque Terre by the way.

Room Tip: Rooms on the bottom floor step right out on the patio/garden.
  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled as a couple
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